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are watching wbal-tv 11 news with rob daniels and donna hamilton, chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news. covering breaking news. >> maryland has a new labor secretary tonight. leonard howie will leave the department. he has worked at the state department of human resources. before that, he was the labor department deputy secretary. he will take his new position october 8. >> a heavy hitter in the arts world is pledging support to baltimore city schools. the kennedy center is bringing its any given job program to baltimore. partnerships do exist between our organizations and various schools, but the program would make sure that resources are distributed efficiently. >> the idea is due to a survey, look for the gaps, and is there a better way to provide equity to those arts education resources so every child in the community can have our as part of their education? >> and the kennedy center will fill in some of those existing gaps. baltimore is the ninth city to be lucky enough to be selected for the program. >> rain is on the way. if you have to do things o
.com 11 news at 6:00 p.m. with rob daniels and donna hamilton, your insta-weatherplus forecast with tom tasselmyer. 11 sports director gerry sandusky. wbal tv 11 news >> summer vacation is over for lawmakers. >> lawmakers will be in session for the next week or two which means there's little time to get things done. the house and senate were back in order. returning to work after a five- week recess but there was no break in party politics. >> this does not work with medicare or with this tax plan. >> the focus is that governor romney will return us to the same failed policies. >> expect more of the same. >> this week will see a lot of political rhetoric on the house and senate floors, try to make the case that their party has the better plan for the economy, for jobs and france, for what ever. anything to give them the edge. >> what about action? >> the big issue of its funding the government beyond september 30. how are college graduates beginning to pay this off? we go after the biggest private lung company around. -- funding company around. >> she just did not know it would come cal
breaking, you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton, your insta-weather plus forecast with tom tasselmyer and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> tonight baltimore city police are investigating another one and we can. the latest shootings occurred just before 2:00 this morning, one along stratford road near north charles street, and the other at a bar in southeast baltimore. the gunmen remain at large. police are also investigating shots at a basketball court around 9:30 last night keeping the victim in this case, also mail, being treated at a local hospital -- also male, being treated at a local hospital for wounds to the test. in all these cases, police have yet to name any suspects. >> in tonight's medical alert, 7 -- that is the number of people confirm to the died at the national institutes of health from the deadly super bug infection. they are taking serious action to keep the bug called kpc from spreading further. they are insisting that all hygiene protocols be followed
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at 5 with stan stovall, donna hamilton, tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news relive. at 5s in tv 11 news continues now. >> fans are pouring in to camden yards kicking off what we hope will be a very fun until the weekend. this is the final homestand for the orioles as they had to stamp of for the final three games of this season. >> there one game back of the yankees in the american league east. george lettis is talking to fans and the iron man himself. >> happy orange friday to you. 90 minutes before the game and already the anticipation is building here. fans are making their way in. they have been waiting 15 years for a meaningful final homestand. this series against the red sox has huge implications. fans have traveled from near and far this season by the name. . this is a big deal. ripken has his take on this improbable run. >> i have given up a few more runs than they scored. it's a really good tribute to buck showalter and of the specialty players. they all come together as a team. this chemistry of the team has is very tight. >> we drove all the way up from r
a recent study, researchers discovered a vitamin may lower the risk. donna hamilton has this morning's woman's doctor. >> a few months ago bonnie kirby wu diagnosed with liver cancer after she noticed her midsection was swollen. >> i was so bloated. i looked like a bull frog. from there they found that i needed to be drained and that i had three spots, or four spots on my liver. >> we'll see how much that is on the mri. >> doctors say it is prevalent world wide but numbers are increasing dramatically in the united states. the fight against liver cancer, a recent chinese study looked at vitamin e and liver cancer risk after following thousands of men and women for several years. >> they found none of them developed liver cancer, but they were trying to correlate the intake of vitamin e with the risk of liver cancer. they found those people who developed liver cancer had much lower dietary intake of vitamin e. >> at mercy medical center, kelly o'connor said vitamin e is found in many healthy foods. >> so vitamin e is pretty easy to find in things like almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, veget
11 is at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton. insta-weatherplus forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer and skyteam 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbaltv.com is at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> right now, people across baltimore continued to mourn the loss of the man considered to be the founding father of the baltimore ravens. art modell passed away this morning. >> those who knew him best took time to reflect on his life this morning in owings mills. >> the way he was to not just his kids to many men. it is always hard. the greatest thing that life offers is opportunity to help someone. he was one of those guys, he was one of those spirits. >> based on all the texts and e-mails and fall calls, i have gotten some people, the impact that not only he had in my life, he had a major impact. >> to see the people in that room -- to see them salute art, it was powerful. >>modell was passionate about his team but he was also passionate about the fans, including the marching band. we continue team coverage. >> the sports legend museum at tandem -- camden ya
. >> the governor r >> live. local. late-breaking. newse watching wbal-tv 11 and stan stovall, donna hamilton, tom tasselmyer and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbal-tv 11 news at 5 continues now. >> 11 news continues to monitor severe rather -- severe weather in the region. many other areas are under wind advisories and other concerns so let's get to tom tasselmyer tracking everything in the insta-weather + center. >> great news for the areas west of the bay. weather conditions are improving drastically. it has been canceled for those west of the bay. they're making their way through the eastern shore. gusting wind out ahead of this as well. the main threat is flooding rain coming down in a short period of time and gusts up to 60 miles per hour. again, west of baltimore now, rapidly improving on the western shore of the bay. how bumpy is an up there? it must be a wild ride this afternoon. >> it was earlier. 2,500 feet. if you look at the back of this storm, it is a fairly define the line going through. we have 20 miles visibility. as you can see right here, the cloud has worke
breaking. you are watching wbal tv 11 at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton. the news continues now. >> do you know that more than 4500 motorists go past stopped school buses in a single day? that is 5:30. the statistic comes from a school bus survey taken last spring. >> we are talking buses stopped with their sons out and lights flashing. we go -- signs out and lights flashing. we go to our education reporter. >> next to montgomery county, baltimore county has the highest number of violations. 1143. that is no surprise to school transportation director. >> how terrible is that? >> is very frustrating for drivers, because they are doing a top job. they are using their devices. it is tough. is no different than when you or i are out driving and they see someone speed baez and we know they are breaking the law. >> she has seen it more than her share of close calls. >> their it is. 1, 2. >> and apparently not much has changed along this stretch of road. >> you can see the difference between the buses -- i mean the cars that flyby and the cars that do not fly by. >> baltimore count
vigil to >> live, local, late breaking. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with donna hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and sky team 11 covering breaking news where you live. wbal tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. continues now. >> a woman gunned down during the weekend is being remembered tonight. larella amos was in the front yard of a house party early saturday morning when she was shot and killed. >> she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. her family and friends are gathering and asking to remember her. children do has -- sheldon dutes joins us with the details. >> she graduated in 2008 and this is worth 200 people are expected to gather for a candlelight vigil to celebrate her life and to comfort each other. we have learned a lot about this woman. the 22-year-old was engaged to be married. the phone and she says that she was loved by those who knew her. her death this senseless and she was not the intended target of the bullet that hit her. she was walking home from a family get together around 2:00 a.m. sunday morning when gunshots were fired nearby. >> i know to this day unless
-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. withstands stovall and donna hamilton, your forecast with tom tasselmyer, and skyteam 11, covering breaking news where you live. >> our coverage of today's scare at stemmers run middle school continues. with the very latest, school officials confirmed they will amp up security for baltimore county schools. >> a student pointed a loaded gun and his teacher and about two dozen classmates before being disarmed by that teacher. tim tooten was one of the first reporters on the scene. >> the 13-year-old student is in police custody tonight, accused of bringing that handgun to class. was a loaded handgun. police say he pointed the weapon at a student and a teacher and himself before it was knocked out of his hand by that teacher. the county that he wants more police presence there. a few weeks ago at perry hall high school, a student was injured after he was shot there in the school cafeteria. coming of new at 6:00 tonight, we'll talk with students who were actually in the classroom at the time of this incident. at stemmers run middle school, tim tooten, wbal-tv
and donna hamilton, your forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer, and skyteam 11, covering breaking news where you live. wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 continues now. >> online contests offer big rises four q pictures of pet's -- furcated pictures of pets. a baltimore county woman was enticed to one contest, but she changed her mind contacted us. we decided to enter the contest ourselves. >> creston williamson has a lease to love, photography's and her pet. she came across an on-line forum contest that picture interest. the contest, called the great american folk contest, is free to enter. the winner is determined monthly by online boats. the prize is $1,000. there are other contests on the site, including one for proud parents to show off their kids. but kristin had some concerns when she went online and down complaints about the contest and that pitbull had to give up personal information about themselves to cast a vote. here is what one entry looks like on the website. we were soon bombarded with e- mails, one saying for this to everyone you know so they can vote for your picture. if i
are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 with dan stovall and donna hamilton. skyteam 11, covering breaking news where you live. >> you may remember the story of an infant that was stabbed during a social services visit in baltimore city by her own mother. the changes that are now in place to make sure that never happens again. we first brought you the story last spring. the attack happened during unsupervised visit as a -- at a social service building. >> lisa robinson is live in the newsroom. >> the eight-month-old was stabbed multiple times. the department human-resources made security changes to protect their clients and their staff. this office building was the scene of an unthinkable act of child abuse. a woman stabbed her infant daughter during supervised visits here last spring. changes were made to ensure that kind of violence does not happen again. >> i think some of the steps we have in place now would have prevented the knife from getting in in the first place. >> the city has 16 dss sites and they are in various stages of having their security upgraded. >> we have metal detectors an
.ncicap.org-- >> alive, local, late breaking. you are watching wbal-tv 11 news at 5:00 p.m. with stan stovall and donna hamilton. >> news tonight, a group of towson students proclaim a message of love with paint- filled sponges. >> another student group says it is trying to do its part to keep the peace. we have more from the newsroom. >> it is a reaction to what students say are hate filled messages spoken and written around campus. and believe they have found a way to speak love. @ freedom square in the middle of the towson campus, students turn to sponges to blot out hate. >> we are trying to give people the opportunity to vent frustration by throwing paint on it. if it is a visual stamping out of hate. >> nice 1. >> what do you think of this? >> i do not -- i think it is a good thing. you can throw a sponge at a wall. instead of other things that are worse. >> the group started a year ago. it was right when concerns were raised on campus over talk messages written about western civilization. the student behind the writings has pushed for a white student union. the group says this is the kind of beh
. >> donna hamilton, wbal tv 11 news. >> okay. why treat that dog leak it's a child, it's a prince? >> it is. he is. bandit is so cute. >> they look alike. >> they're very cute together. adorable. good job. >> all right. 6:26. 58 degrees at the airport. coming up, let's take a look at our top stories including the lightning fastballs promising more than they can deliver? how smart phones are creating data overload. >>> all very summer like with the rain threat hanging over our head. the rain threat is moving out. it will still be nice. but it will feel more like autumn. your weather plus forecast is next. >>> welcome back to 11 news saturday morning. thanks so much for joining us. >> we'll get to your top stories in a second. let's check in with john. it was a little chilly this morning. >> we're into autumn now. that will last for awhile. it will feel a little more autumn-like today. nice side. >> right. >> the key here is, we're dropping the humidity down. cool front passed through overnight. it's been stalled just to our northwest the past couple of days. that gave us a rain threat for a
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